I guess this handful of tracks could live up to one's expectations. Given that one likes music based on electro and lysergic based electronic formulas. It starts off with two catchy electro-based propulsions as if it were stemmed from drone music being disturbed by the discontinuity and shortness of the signal beneath it. Indeed, it starts off to last for a second and then fade away. And then embarks on the process again. In fact, the two ending compositions follow the same route though Lazy M is based on the gentle breakbeat rhythm. The only exception is a track called Kyzza chiming a bit in Arthur Russell-alike way. New Age-y flute whiffs are intertwined with naturalistic drum shuffles and vague electronic touches atop. This solid issue is a part of the discography of Midinette Records.